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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 July 1892

"August Flower" The Hon. J. W. Fennimore is the Sheriff of Kent Co., Del., and lives at Dover, the County Seat and Cap ital of the State. The sheriff is a gentleman fifty-nine years of age, and this is what he says : "I have " used your August Flower for sev ' ' eral years in ray family and for my " own use, and found it does me ' ' more good than any other remedy. " I have been troubled with what I " call Sick Headàche. A pain comes " in the back part of my head first, " and then soon a general headache ' ' until I become sick and vomit. " At times, too, I have a fullness ' ' after eating, a pressure after eating "at the pit of the stomach, and ' ' sourness, when food seemed to rise " up in my throat and mouth. When ' ' I feel this coming on if I take a " little August Flower it relieves "me, and is the best remedy I have " ever taken for it. For this reason "I take it and recommend it to " others as a great remedy for Dys "pepsia, &c." (B G. G. GREEN, Sole Manufacturer, Wo...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 July 1892

Jw (ímptiüHS anïr Skin §mum, fot Burns, Acatos, Büj$t ^orcs> inflammation anti Cancers. HENRY'S OLONIAL OINTMENT. ^11 Oliemists. Sole Agents, ELLIOTT BROTHERS, Sydney. Cti«s Saofwla, ?z$BiphB, ||ratplis. .«HS

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 July 1892

FOR THE LIVER A. N X> KIDNEY! Ia thc purest and most genuine Tonic in the world. Try it and you will feel its salutary effects unmediatelj ASK YOUR CHEMIST POR IT. , FEW diseases present less oharme of novelty, and still fewer are more practical, or require a greater amount of intelligent skill for their successful treatment, than those now under discussion. In consequence of the inactivity of the Liver and Kid neys, through neglect or disease, innumerable complaints ensue, the most common of which is Dyspepsia. Dyspepsia is imperfect digestion, and from this we have feeble and imperfect nutrition and the results that follow from it5-derangement to a greater or lesser extent ' of all the functions of the body, and loss of flesh and strength. The tymptoms of this functional derangement of the stomach, which is commonly known as indigestion, vary very much in nature and severity, one individual suffering severely when his or her dinner disagrees, while another has merely slight dep...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KARMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 July 1892

KARMA. " In every waking hour we weave, whether we will or no," If in the warp ot in the woof our thoughts and deeds must go, If from the web we daily weave our garments must be made, Then weave the best of fibre in and hues that will not fade. For every thought, and every word, and everything we do Will in the web of life appear in its own proper hue. The purest thoughts, the kindest words, the gentlest deeds we know, Will weave for each a diadem and the rig At to rule bestow. Then all that total of the man, the Karma of the soul, The thoughts, the words, the deeds, the life, the warp, the woof, the whole, Gives each his status for a start in future life above, That Karma then is woven best whose -varp and woof is love.

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WAIL OF LOW HUMANITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 July 1892

THE WAIL OF LOW HUMANITY. BY JAMES H. WEST. Ah, whither shall we look and whither turn ? - Life's road is bleak. About us fiercely wrongs and passions burn : In happier paths our feet would fain sojourn ! Where shall we look?-ay, whither shall we seek? For we are weak ! Up to the silent heavens in vain we raise Our blinded sight ! Men through the ages, through longyears and days, Their supplications fond, in prayer and praise, Have raised with looks like ours, and faces white Vet sank in Night ! To You, then, who have fought with fute like us, And gained a place ! Who by no gift or aid miraculous Have fled the Woe, the Vale Calamitous ; But in Men's natural might alone, and Grace, Have won life's race ! To you, O Brothers high up ! we turn, Our human kin ! Lend ye the means for us life's heights to earn ! Uplift with love where now your brows are stern Do ye o'erturn for us life's wrong and sin And let us in 1

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RECITATION. Lengthen the Ladder. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 July 1892

RECITATION. Lengthen the Ladder. 'TWAS midnight, drowsy midnight, in our city by the sea, Hushed was the rattle of trame, and the echo of revelry ; When a startling glare shot npward, which illumined both wave and spire, Aad the news was passed through the city, " The Bailors' home's on fire." Then quickly around the building of Liverpool's sons the pride A tremulous crowd is surging, a living and breathing tide ; And now, a* with haste and clatter, the fire engineB appear, Manned by our helmeted heroes, they're met with a ringing cheer. Right smartly the gallant firemen connect the snake-like hose, Then jets of hissing water the aigry flames oppose ; But the noble pile already is shrouded in lambent flame, And the firemen work on baffled, though far from deserv ing blame. They'd none of them lagged or loitered when the mid night alarm was given, Nor had any in tirdy manner with the red destroyer striven ; But the fire could not be got under, so the word came, " Let it go 1" For no ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Results & Prizes. Best Specimen Handwriting. "JOHN HUNTER, WORLD-RENOWNED BOOT MANUFACTURER." [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 July 1892

Results )ß.xi?t*. Best Specimen Handwriting. "JOHN HUNTER, WORLD-RENOWNED Boor MANUFACTURER." The first pntfc for the above is won by Arthur Sio ?combe, 5 Boylson Terrace, Ashfield, and a second prize is awarded to [ames Dean, Bathurst, both of whom have done work reflecting great credit on themselves and teachers. To give unsuccessful competitors a chance to again com pete, we offer a further prize of a book to suit the taste of tht winner, for the best written copy of the above line in large and small text : Previous prize winners for same subject not eligible. Open to girls and boys under sixteen till Aug. 15th.

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Our Letter Box. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 July 1892

Our better Box. --<..{>-. DEAR EDITOR.-I saw a copy of the YOUNO IDEA a few days ago, and learning that you give a pretty pair of bangles for the Best Original Letter, I thought I would compete for them. I am twelve years old and I live with my auntie ; she has only one child and he is only a baby ten months old so I have no playmates, but he is a nice friendly little fellow and very quiet. I go to a small public school at Gobarralong, situated on the high banks of the Murrumbidgee Biver, and there were two big floods went into the school last year. This is all I have to relate this time, trusting I will get a prize, !-I am, Yours Sincerely, MARY Ö'MARA, Gobarralong, (12 Years.) DEAR EDITOR.-I am a little girl eight years old, and this is my first letter to you. I have a pony and I feed her on papa's chaff and my brother has one too, her name is Birdie. We have got two cows and their names are Lily and Daisy, and my brother milks them every morning. We have a piano and...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE INDIAN HUNTER'S GAIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 July 1892

THE INDIAN HUNTER'S GAIT. THE Indian hunter has a distinctive gait. His toes, either straight before him or pointing inward, cover the centre of gravity. His hips sway slightly to the stepping side, and his rear foot is not exactly lifted, but rather peeled off the ground just high enough to clear the surface, and settled in its new place before the weight comes to it. He does not swing his shoulders, nor walk with a spring, nor plant his foot with a shock, as the white man does. If the Indian were turned to stone while in the act of stepping, the statue would probably stand balanced on one foot. This gait gives the limbs great control over his move ments. He is always poised. If a stick cracks under him it is because of his weight, and not by reason of the impact. He goes silently and with great economy of force. The muscles have less strain on them and do not tire so soon. Sometimes it seems as if they never tired. He threads through woods and swamps and down timber with no noise ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Puzzle. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 July 1892

Puzzle. To the word "Chips" add C and another letter and form one word from (fee whole. A prize of a large scrap book full of handsome scraps will be awarded to the fingt boy or girl leodirrg the correct answer. Not one bas found the correct word, and we therefore extend the time until July 15th. Many guess'hiccups' but this is not correct.

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Best Original Letter [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 July 1892

Best Original Letter We give the prize of a pretty pair of bangles to Ruth Armstrong, Young, and the prize of a good strong pocket knife is awarded to Harold Coombes, Newcastle, (6 yrs.) The prize letters appear on another page.

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
In the Nick of Time. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 July 1892

lit tht Wuk ai Cime. ^ By A. H. MANTON. -rj " HAVE you the means to support a wife ?" was the question which practical old Mr. Worth asked me when I asked him, somewhat over forty years ago, (or his c aughter Effie. I'd never thought of that, and I'm quite sure Effie hadn't. How to keep the kettle boiling was a problem far too unpoetical to engage the attention of two young people wrapped up in contemplation of each other. But the question only needed to be put to prove its per. tinence. Mr. Worth's fortune waa moderate ; mine was nothing. At present, I was barely able to gain my own livelihood. To take a wife under such circumstances, I was at no loss to perceive, would betoken either unpardon able rashness or an indelicate willingness to pension my self on another's bounty. My resolution was at once taken. Stammering some thing in reply to Mr. Worth's question, I bowed myself out of his presence and sought his daughter's. " Your father is right," I said to Effie, when I had told h...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Martha Drewe's Parlour. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 July 1892

f^ dariba $TZÍBZB îgarkmr, ^ (CONCLUDED KKOM LAST ISSUE.) SHE had many caller» during the next few weeks. The iime of her gorgeous parlor brought all her friends and acquaintances to behold its splendors. Jared sat at the door on the old wooden chair during nearly all of these callB. He was. careful not to let even the toe of his boot enter the despised room. The sharp eyes of some of Mrs. Drewe's callers soon noticed Jared's peeuliar conduct ; their keen noses scented domestic discord. " What's the matter of Jared ?' asked Sarah May, Mrs. Drewe's sister, a few weeks after the papering and furnish ing of the parlor. "Nothing that I know of," replied Ma-tha. " What makes you ask ?" " Didn't he want you to buy your parlor things ?" " He didn't care. Whatever put that idee into your head, Sally?" . ' Then say he won't set in one of the palor cheers, nor even step into the room." 11 Who says so ?" " Oh, it's common talk. I've been asked about it more'n once." Mrs. Drewe went home greatl...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 July 1892

POTATO TURNOVERS.-Mix about a pint of hot mashed potato with one egg, season to taste, and roll it in flour. Make it into balls, and press or roll them out thin, put a tablespoonful of meat, minced and seasoned, on one half; fold over and press the edges together, and brown on each side in butter or sausage fat. PANCAKES WITH BREAD-CRUMBS.- Soak the crumbs with milk. To two cupfuls of bread-crumbs add one cup ful of flour or cornmeal, two eggs, and milk enough to make a thin batter ; mix well together. If the milk is sreet add a teaspoonful of yeast powder ; if sour, haifa teaspoonful of soda dissolved in half a cup of warm water. SARDINES IN BATTER.--Drain the sardines thorough ly from the oil, sprinkle well with cayenne-pepper on the inside, opening them most carefully with a knife and then closing them again ; then dip in batter, and fry for five minutes in boiling fat. They should be a delicate brown when drained from the pan. To MAKE PIKELETS.-Take ljlb. of flour, two tablespoo...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHILDREN'S CORNER. THE FAIRY'S FRIEND. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 July 1892

THE FAIRY'S FRIEND. CENTREPOLE TOM professed to know everything about all the distinguished people of the "profession" ill all parts of Christendom, and very likely he did know a great deal : for, in his humble capacity, he had served many of them in divers countries, and, though a boastful man, he had never been detected in an inability to give trustworthy information. So, when it was announced, with a great show of type, that "Christopher and the Fairy" had just landed at San Francisco from an Australian steamer, under contract for the remainder of the season, there was much excite ment and curiosity among the people of the circus, and Centrepole Tom was at once exploited for knowledge concerning them. "Hain't you ever heard of Christopher and the Fairy ?" he asked, pityingly ; well, that gits me. The Fairy's the puniest little trick on wheels, and the way 8he kin do the flying trapeze is something 'stonishing. No, I hain't never seen her but I know all about h»r. A fellow worked ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ALPHABETICAL PUZZLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 July 1892

ALPHABETICAL PUZZLES. None of our readers have successfully solved all the queries. We give them here. 1. What letter turns an animal into a covering ? C-ape. 2. What letter changes a fray into a bird ? C-row. 3. What letter makes a fish stagger ? R-eel. i. What letter covers a fruit with spots ? D-apple. 5. What letter makes light sombre ? G-ray.

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE GROWING AGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 August 1892

THE GROWING AGE. In early youth I learned to abhor wines and liquors. My father believed that most of tho ailments of young folks carno from overloaded stomachs ; and it was his practice, whenever any of us children-there were five of us complained of sickness, to administer i.n emetic. For this pin-pose ho kopt on hand a bottle of antimonial wine, we had to swallow a doso of tho nauseous stuff, which made us droarlniNy sea-sick, as a matter of course. If I cried w ith headache, "(Jive him a do-e antimonial wine," father would say; and J hud io !ak<- ¡j. or be whipped till I did. If I came home from school on account of having eaten too freely of green apples, father made me swallow tho awlul emetic. Oh, how I did hate it. Tin' very smell of it made mo siek ; and all other witirs and liquors had fur mc tho same sicken ing odour. 1" after years this fooling ol' disgust at tho moro smell of wine stunk lo mo, so that T could n-vor touch a glass of l¡.|i¡'>r and v was a my...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 August 1892

¿ax ém$twví8 ratr Skin $)is*a:st8, fot Burns, Acatos, Blísftt ^ores, inflammation anti Cancer«. HENRY'S lOLONIAL OINTMENT. J±ll Chemists. Sole Agents, ELLIOTT BROTHERS, Sydney. dunn §>txoiuhf ?t]oú$th%t ^impks.

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 August 1892

FOR THE LIVER ANX> KIDNEY 8 lg the purest and most genuine Tonio in the world. Try it and yon will feel its salutary effect* immediate!; ASK YOUR CHEMIST FOR XT. MU FEW diseases present les« charms of novelty, and still fewer »re more practical, or require a greater amount of intelligent skill for their successful treatment, than those now under discussion. In consequence of th» inactivity of the Liver and Kid neys, through neglect or disease, innumerable complaints ensue, the most common of which is Dyspepsia. Dyspepsia is imperfect digestion, and from this we have feeble and Imperfect nutrition and the results that follow from it-derangement to a greater or lesser extent of all the functions of the body, and loss of flesh and strength. The symptoms of this functional derangement of the stomach, which is commonly known as indigestion, vary very much In nature and severity, one individual suffering severely when his or her dinner disagrees, while another has merely slight.depress...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 August 1892

y THE Womanhood Suffrage League at its last ?General, meeting devoted some discussion to the condition of the working girls i i Sydney. Mr. Walters advised that further papers on this subject should be read by some of the members at the next meeting. This was agreed to, and an interesting evening will be afforded to all who may attend. THE School of Arts Friday Night Debating Club has added another liberal plank to its platform by voting two lady members to a seat in tho ministry. The first motion submit ted will bo "That no relief be given the unemployed except in return for work" and the result is looked forward to with interost. LADY HENRY SOMERSET has just completed arrangements for starting a new women's paper, to be called the White '¡tbhon. She, herself will act as Editor-in-chief, but will have the assistance of an experienced Journal ist. The aim of the new periodical will be to deal with women's work, in every form, at home and abroad, and with such outside topics as tempe...

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